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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Kobun, Oct 13, 2004.

  1. Kobun

    Kobun Well-Known Member

    For those of you who may not know, this is an example of a anti-gun activist.
    She was part of the "Wife-Swap" series on tv.

    Finally we have a candidate for our own "Poster-Anti"
    Why should the antis always get away with stereotyping gun owners?

    Someone should make t-shirts and posters with that hideous "woman". :barf:
    Here are some ideas for what the shirt could say:
    • This is a anti-gun supporter. She spends more time protesting, and cares more for her dogs than of her own daughter. And she calls me a nutcase?
    • Dysfunctional? I won't judge her (although odd) behaviour, but she sure has judged me.
    • Are you SURE these are the kind of supporters you WANT Kerry?
    • Anti-gun supporter
    • This creature wants to take away your rights. You want them to be in charge?
    • This is a self proclaimed animal-rights activist. I saw her eat meat on TV. If she doesn't know where meat comes from, why do you believe she knows anything about guns?
    • This here is an active part in the anti-gun, anti-rights movement. Do you want to her to make up the rules for your life?

    Keep them coming. :)
  2. Duke of Lawnchair

    Duke of Lawnchair Well-Known Member

  3. PATH

    PATH Well-Known Member

    The really frightening part is that she is that she is allowed to vote.
  4. hillbilly

    hillbilly Well-Known Member

    The worst thing is that she's from Arkansas......

    Even Arkansas has its nut cases.

  5. jefnvk

    jefnvk Well-Known Member

    Oh, come on now, we all know that animals killed for food only in a slaughterhouse are killed humanely, and we all know that Joe DIrt is going to try to kill it with his high powered assualt rifle, putting the animal through extreme pain before it dies a needless death :rolleyes:

    You don't have this recorded digitally, do you?
  6. Mikul

    Mikul Well-Known Member

    No, the REALLY frightening part is that she is that she is allowed to breed.
  7. theCZ

    theCZ Well-Known Member

    That is what happens when you watch crap like "Wife Swap" or whatever it's called.
  8. Cosmoline

    Cosmoline Well-Known Member

    Boy, am I glad I don't have a TV anymore. Wife Swapping?! That was a Monty Python skit years ago, and now it's actually a real series. Lordy lordy.
  9. 444

    444 Well-Known Member

    If it's wrong to eat animals, then why are they made of meat ?
  10. Justin

    Justin Moderator Staff Member

    Wifeswap is easily the worst television show I've ever seen, and that's saying a lot.

    I still don't understand why people look at me funny when I tell them that Michael Eisner is really the Devil.
  11. Standing Wolf

    Standing Wolf Member in memoriam

    Sorry, folks, but it just ain't so. If she's a U.S. citizen, she's as entitled to vote as the rest of us, and likewise as entitled to voice her opinions, however reprehensible they may be, as the rest of us.
  12. BerettaNut92

    BerettaNut92 Well-Known Member

    Haven't seen it, but I didn't know "reality" TV was up there on US exports :barf:
  13. CentralTexas

    CentralTexas Well-Known Member

    There is hope that they can learn-

    in the wrap up of the show she realized she was a hypocrite and the whole family became vegetarians.
    Now if we can just get her to the range....
  14. harpethriver

    harpethriver Well-Known Member

    I don't think I want to be at the same range as her.:D
  15. Kobun

    Kobun Well-Known Member

    Well, yes. I read about this episode at TFL. So I had to see for myself.
    One word: BIT TORRENT. (OK, that was two, but you get my point. ;))
    The series will probably be aired over here sometime next year. :barf:
    I'm not into "reality" shows, but just had to watch this one. Its not like I spend my time downloading all kind of crap. :rolleyes:
  16. possenti

    possenti Well-Known Member

    What part of the show was the screenshot from? Was it when she saw the mounted deer head?

    (I didn't see the show, but heard about it.)

    What a fruitcake...
  17. hoppinglark

    hoppinglark Well-Known Member

    maybe we need to focus on a positive approach
  18. LynnMassGuy

    LynnMassGuy Well-Known Member

    I'm still having a hard time with the fact that there is a show called, "Wifeswap.":confused:
  19. Harry Tuttle

    Harry Tuttle Well-Known Member

    that is her at the end, when she learns that her dogs that she adopted were kept outside

    Wife Swap: Episode 3
    Trashy People - Tree Huggers and Gun Lovers

    Recap By Alisa aka CaliGirl
    October 7, 2004

    Which side are you on? Tonight's episode will help you decide if you want to have either of these women invading your home and wreaking havoc with your family.

    Meet the Smoak Family
    The Smoaks live on a 500 acre plantation in South Carolina. They consider themselves to be a traditional conservative Southern family. Glenn and his wife Aletha have not shared a bedroom in over 11 years. There are two kids, 7 year old Eli and 10 year old Addie that are raised very strictly and never ever talk back.

    Aletha is a good housekeeper and also works with some members of her family. In total, there are 55 members of the Smoak family and they all live in the Charleston area.

    For fun and recreation, Glenn hunts and mounts his animals on every available wall space throughout the house. He likes to be free and to do what he likes. To him his recreational activities are as good as having satisfying sex. Of course, it's difficult for him to remember what that is like. He considers himself to be a good husband.

    And Here Come the Beavers
    In Arkansas the Beaver family is like none other that I have ever known. Dad Jeff is an environmentalist who sports tacky looking dreadlocks (not ever good on a middle aged white man), while Amy is an animal rights activist who spends her days watching TV and writing poetry. Their daughter Emily has been raised without any boundaries which makes her an opinionated little brat.

    In sharp contrast to the Smoaks, the Beavers are liberal pacifists who are fighting for gun control and animal rights. Of course they are heavily opposed to hunting. Amy has grown apart from her family because they consider her to be a "tree hugger" but she likes it that way. Her husband and daughter love her unconditionally to the point where she is nothing but a lazy, sentimental woman who has no clue about properly parenting her daughter.


    here is the beaver manual:

    this guy knows amy from college:
    Last edited: Oct 14, 2004
  20. Kobun

    Kobun Well-Known Member

    Harry! YOU ARE MIXING UP THINGS!!! Please edit your post as both these are the same tree hugging family

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